July 28, 2015

Will the Trustee Come to My Home?

Debtors commonly ask, “Will the trustee come to my home?” The quick answer is “No.” Well, that’s the correct answer almost always. Just... Read More

July 23, 2015

The Role of Morcellators in Spreading Cancer During Hysterectomies

More recently, a significant number of women and theirs families have brought lawsuits against various manufacturers after doctors used laparoscopic... Read More

Plaintiff Settles with LiNA Medical Over Power Morcellator Death Lawsuit

Two weeks ago, one of the first laparoscopic power morcellator lawsuits that was filed in federal court was finally settled. The plaintiff, widower... Read More

FDA Clears New Caldera Medical Transvaginal Mesh, Even as Lawsuits Increase

Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new version of a pelvic mesh produced by Caldera Medical, even as last week,... Read More

Xarelto Multidistrct Litigation Sets Bellwether Trial Dates for 2016

Since December 2014, all federal Xarelto lawsuits have been consolidated in the Eastern District of Louisiana. Any federal lawsuits filed against... Read More

Recent Study Links Xarelto Use to Eye Bleeding

In the recent June 2015 issue of JAMA Ophthalmology, researchers studied some of Xarelto’s disturbing side effects, further calling into... Read More

New Study Claims That New Drug Can Reverse Effects of Blood Thinner Pradaxa

A new experimental drug has been proven to reverse the effects of the drug Pradaxa (dabigatran). The drug, called idarucizumab, is said to work... Read More

New Evidence Shows that Xarelto Can Be Passed Down From Mother to Fetus

A recent study has revealed that mothers who take Xarelto can pass down the drug to their unborn child. When ingested during pregnancy, the... Read More

July 9, 2015

Families Fight to Keep College Tuition from Bankruptcy Trustees

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, there is a growing trend among bankruptcy trustees to recover college tuition paid by bankruptcy debtors on... Read More